When it comes to prices, many people become too sensitive on this subject. The price is usually the final factor which decides whether you’ll accept some service or not. It is where customers make mistakes, rejecting some company just because of the prices and not verifying their services first. Sometimes the things you pay less might cost you more. The same goes for dumpster companies before you decide that some service is too expensive for you, check around and try to compare the prices.
The things you need to consider before renting a dumpster
Your project type
The project you are having will determine the size of the dumpster you need to rent. It doesn’t matter what type of remodeling or cleaning you are having, at some point, you will need to dispose of your trash. You need to evaluate the amount of trash you will be throwing away. Usually, many people have troubles picking the appropriate size of the dumpster and end up paying the larger amount of money for a nearly empty dumpster. If you have troubles choosing the right size, contact the dumpster company and explain them the nature of your works, and they will recommend you the appropriate size.
It is really important to choose a company which is near your place or is located in your hometown. In this way, your renting expenses will be much lower. A lot of companies deliver dumpster on the already scheduled place and dispose of your trash afterward. Considering hazardous materials, each of these companies has special terms in which operate. You will have to notify them in advance if you are planning to get rid of hazardous materials so that they can organize secure disposal.
Mostly, the prices are general, and each company has almost similar prices because they don’t want to undersell their services, but additional services are the ones that can increase these costs. Small size dumpsters from 4 to 20 cubic yards go between $300 and $400.
For larger size, 30 and 40 cubic yards the prices vary between $400 and $600.